My one, Big Wish for Mr. Greenwald has been that he get himself a really good editor. One who would help him alchemically separate the high-value elements of the actual NSA story from the base elements of his personal grudges and periodic spates of apparently uncontrollable fabulism. One who could tell him "No" when he needed it, and make it stick.
Get an editor, Mr. Greenwald.Do it now.
That's what a good editor can do.
But I guess that wasn't what Mr. Greenwald was in the market for:
Among these is a belief in reorganising the newsroom. "We want to avoid this hierarchical, top-down structure where editors are bosses and obstacles to being published," Greenwald explains. "We are trying to make it much more collaborative. Our journalists have a variety of tools to make their writing better and one of them is the editor. We also want journalists to help to hire editors."